Pleasure Mob

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Pleasure Mob are London based indie electro-rock band formed in 2009 by Douglas Hall & Nathan Von Boventer, both from the Bath and Bristol area.

Playing a mix of New Wave & soulful Indie Electro, Pleasure Mob have had some critical successes with positive reviews & endorsements from blogs and websites including Noise collective,[1] NME and Telegraph.co.uk[2]

In 2010 they started their own label RMSMB Records and released several songs through distributor AWAL including "So Hard" and "Where's My Money" featuring the voice of Peter Dickson. They were also included on Centrepoint's Key To Change album release which featured other artists including Ian Brown and Johnny Marr.[2]

Sarah Champion of Absolute Radio is a fan of Pleasure Mob's track Diamonds. Recently stating on The Unsigned Band Review that "The appeal is instant with this track, experimental / funky / disco / rock with vocals a little Squeeze-esque in places (which is a GREAT thing in my book!)"[3]

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